Telus Extends $55+ Voice & Data Plan For iPhone

This week, Telus has extended their $55+ Voice and Data plan for iPhone until June 30, 2011. The plan was originally set to expire on May 3, 2011.

For reference, the $55+ Voice and Data plan is detailed below:

  • Minutes: 200 daytime
  • Evenings/Weekends: Unlimited @ 6PM
  • Data: 1GB
  • Promotions: Unlimited Text/Picture/Video messages, My10 Nationwide, Free Voicemail 3
  • Data flex details: At the $55 price, users get 1GB of data. If that data amount is exceeded, instead of paying per MB overage fees, the plan is automatically bumped to $75 with 2GB of data. If 2GB of data is exceeded, the plan is bumped to $95 with 5GB of data. Anything over 5GB however is charged at $0.05/MB.

With this plan, an iPhone 4 is priced at $159/$269 for 16 GB/32 GB.

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  • Anonymous

    I wish rogers and bell and telus could have wind/mobilicity price points. Am I crazy for even thinking that? or in the future you can get unlimited voice and data that aren’t retention deals.

  • Bruce Doman

    $270 bucks for an iphone 3GS!?!?!? What a pathetic joke! iphone 4 has been out a year now & iphone 5 is just around the corner & iphone 3GS’s “technology lifespan” is just about up (as iphone 3 & Apple’s discontinued support for it demonstrated) & you’re still paying a “premium” price for an Apple product? This is why (even though I own an iphone 3GS) I hate Apple and will seek out other smartphone options when I’m able to upgrade my phone again. I can’t believe that a company as arrogant as Apple continues to receive such high demand for it’s products. Yes the iphone is one of, if not the top smartphone out there but Apple never offers leading edge technology as some of their competitors do when they roll out a new model. Style over substance has always been Apple’s mantra & the very reason I don’t own any of their other offerings.

  • People have got to stop locking into the big 3 cell provider’s contacts. Sometimes even breaking the contract is cheaper then waiting for the contract to end, when you could be paying a lower bill somewhere else.

  • Yourdumb

    You retard, it don’t say that anywhere. The prices were the 4

  • Anonymous

    Umm…it’s just a guess but maybe while you were composing this rant you accidently looked at the photo included in this article and assumed the price was for an iphone3gs because clearly it is a photo of the 3gs and not an iphone4. Maybe prudent to read the body of the post first before you compose your thoughts.

  • 3GS is free at Telus